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Puts tinfoil hat on

But really, it sounds plausible.

The Syrian and Turkish governments both have expressed their discontent with the autonomous region of Rojava. Turkey has historically designated the SDF as a terrorist organization. Syria resents the fact that they control nearly 1/2 of their territory and most of their petroleum. Many people have conveyed the fact that this conflict has inadvertently benefited Syria and Russia. I propose that this isn’t simply a coincidence.

Turkish/Syrian/Russian officials have also expressed an interest in resolving this conflict amicably. Let me explain how this can be accomplished.

Map of Northern Syria circa 10/15/2019

After the Turkish invasion the…

Jared Kosiba

Keen interest in world events, philosophy, politics, information freedom, sociology, and science.

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